Clarissa Pinkola Estés brings us back to the story of the wild woman, a story about songs, bones, and wolves. A remarkable storyteller, Jungian analyst, and healer who integrated the wisdom roots of her Mexican and Hungarian ancestry and heritage into her healing work, the author clears ages of cobwebs and removes the debris of semi-truths and incomplete narratives about the wild woman archetype, connecting the reader with the feminine intuitive aspect.
Yes. It’s that time of the year again and Christmas movies are on the repertoire. A great time to talk about love, actually… shortly When we first meet a new person, our eyes see their body. We see the body as an indicator of that person’s worth and attractiveness. We don't do this only with... Continue Reading →
Can you imagine sending your 14-year-old daughter to school in which the teacher in one of her classes asks one of the following questions: “How will you respond if your boyfriend refuses to put a condom on?” “What do your friends think about condoms”? “Write down their possible answers, and then check with your friends if you got their answers right.”
Read this letter to a young woman you know in your life or to the young woman that still lives within you, even if you are a fully grown adult. Dear Young Woman, I love you unconditionally. Each day, I work on creating a ground fit for you to live, grow and bloom. You shouldn’t... Continue Reading →